Austria - List of Cup Finals


Challenge Cup 1897-1911

Check also full results since 1958/59 and cup winners of Länder.

Note that until 1945/46 only Viennese teams were admitted, and the tournament was known as the "Wiener Cup".

In 1906/07 a tournament for the Wiener Cup was played as compensation for the abandoned championship ([Pil 04], [Vie 19]):

1906/07  First Vienna             1-0   Floridsdorfer AC   
In 1909/10 a cup tournament for 2. Klasse teams and reserve sides of 1. Klasse clubs was organised by the ÖFV:
1909/10  Cricketer Reserves       3-2   Hertha
In 1914/15 another cup competition was played because the league competition had been reduced to a single round due to the outbreak of World War I; participation was not obligatory.
1914/15  Floridsdorfer AC         3-1   Admira
In 1917/18 another cup competition was organised by the NÖFV; participation was not obligatory and Rapid and WAF did not enter; WAC were disqualified after beating Amateure, because of having shown up too late; the final was reached by Floridsdorfer AC and Amateure:
1917/18  Floridsdorfer AC         n/p  Amateure
At the match, the weather was bad, the pitch difficult to play and attendance low; the referee declared the pitch playable but both teams refused and insisted on moving the match by a week (in the hope of higher attendance and thus earnings); the NÖFV declared both teams had forfeited and withheld the Cup; the teams then played a match for a Cup made available by themselves and Floridsdorfer AC won 4-3.


Wiener Cup

1918/19  Rapid                    3-0   Wiener SC 
1919/20  Rapid                    5-2   Amateure
1920/21  Amateure                 2-1   Wiener SC 
1921/22  WAF                      2-1   Amateure
1922/23  Wiener SC                3-1   Wacker
1923/24  Amateure                 8-6   Slovan              [aet]
1924/25  Amateure                 3-1   First Vienna
1925/26  Amateure                 4-3   First Vienna
1926/27  Rapid                    3-0   Austria
1927/28  Admira                   2-1   WAC
1928/29  First Vienna             3-2   Rapid
1929/30  First Vienna             1-0   Austria
1930/31  WAC [league system] 16 pts   2.Austria 15 pts
1931/32  Admira                   6-1   WAC
1932/33  Austria                  1-0   Brigittenauer AC
1933/34  Admira                   8-0   Rapid
1934/35  Austria                  5-1   WAC

Austrian Cup

1935/36  Austria                  3-0   First Vienna
1936/37  First Vienna             2-0   Wiener SC
1937/38  WAC Schwarz-Rot          1-0   Wiener SC
1939-45    not played [Austria included in German Empire]

Wiener Cup

1945/46  Rapid                    2-1   First Vienna

Austrian Cup

1946/47  Wacker                   4-3   Austria
1947/48  Austria                  2-0   Sturm Graz          [*]
1948/49  Austria                  5-2   Vorwärts Steyr      [*]
1950-58    not played
1958/59  WAC                      2-0   Rapid
1959/60  Austria                  4-2   Rapid
1960/61  Rapid                    3-1   First Vienna
1961/62  Austria                  4-1   GAK
1962/63  Austria                  1-0   LASK
1963/64  Admira                   1-0   Austria
1964/65  LASK                   1-1 1-0 Wiener Neustadt
1965/66  Admira                   1-0   Rapid
1966/67  Austria                1-2 1-0 LASK                [2nd leg aet, Austria on coin toss]
1967/68  Rapid                    2-0   GAK
1968/69  Rapid                    2-1   Wiener SC
1969/70  Wacker Innsbruck         1-0   LASK
1970/71  Austria                  2-1   Rapid               [aet]
1971/72  Rapid                  1-2 3-1 Wiener SC
1972/73  Wacker Innsbruck       1-0 1-2 Rapid               [Wacker on away goal]
1973/74  Austria                2-1 1-1 Austria Salzburg
1974/75  Wacker Innsbruck       3-0 0-2 Sturm Graz
1975/76  Rapid                  1-0 1-2 Wacker Innsbruck    [Rapid on away goal]
1976/77  Austria                1-0 3-0 Wiener SC
1977/78  Wacker Innsbruck       1-1 2-1 VÖEST Linz
1978/79  Wacker Innsbruck       1-0 1-1 Admira/Wacker
1979/80  Austria                0-1 2-0 Austria Salzburg
1980/81  GAK                    0-1 2-0 Austria Salzburg    [2nd leg aet]
1981/82  Austria                1-0 3-1 Wacker Innsbruck
1982/83  Rapid                  3-0 5-0 Wacker Innsbruck
1983/84  Rapid                  1-3 2-0 Austria             [Rapid on away goal]
1984/85  Rapid                    3-3   Austria             [aet, 6-5 pen]
1985/86  Austria                  6-4   Rapid               [aet]
1986/87  Rapid                  2-0 2-2 FC Tirol Innsbruck 
1987/88  Kremser SC             2-0 1-3 FC Tirol Innsbruck  [Krems on away goal]
1988/89  FC Tirol Innsbruck     0-2 6-2 Admira/Wacker
1989/90  Austria                  3-1   Rapid               [aet]
1990/91  SV Stockerau             2-1   Rapid
1991/92  Austria                  1-0   Admira/Wacker
1992/93  Wacker Innsbruck         3-1   Rapid
1993/94  Austria                  4-0   FC Linz
1994/95  Rapid                    1-0   DSV Leoben
1995/96  Sturm Graz               3-1   Admira/Wacker
1996/97  Sturm Graz               2-1   First Vienna
1997/98  SV Ried                  3-1   Sturm Graz
1998/99  Sturm Graz               1-1   LASK Linz           [aet, 4-2 pen]
1999/00  Grazer AK                2-2   Austria Salzburg    [aet, 4-3 pen]
2000/01  FC Kärnten               2-1   FC Tirol Innsbruck  [aet]
2001/02  Grazer AK                3-2   Sturm Graz     
2002/03  Austria                  3-0   FC Kärnten
2003/04  Grazer AK                3-3   Austria             [aet, 5-4 pen]
2004/05  Austria                  3-1   Rapid
2005/06  Austria                  3-0   SV Mattersburg
2006/07  Austria                  2-1   SV Mattersburg
2007/08    not held (SV Horn    1-1 2-1 SV Feldkirchen for Amateur Cup)
2008/09  Austria                  3-1   Admira              [aet]
2009/10  Sturm Graz               1-0   SC Wiener Neustadt    
2010/11  SV Ried                  2-0   Austria Lustenau    
2011/12  RB Salzburg              3-0   SV Ried
2012/13  FC Pasching              1-0   Austria
2013/14  RB Salzburg              4-2   SKN Sankt Pölten
2014/15

[*] the national stage was contested by the 9 winners of the cup
    tournaments in the Bundesländer.


Cup Winners (79, lost finals between square brackets)

 
27 [11] Austria (Wien) [includes Amateure]

14 [12] Rapid (Wien)

 7 [ 6] FC Tirol (Innsbruck) [includes Wacker (Innsbruck)]

 5      Admira (Wien)

 4 [ 4] SK Sturm (Graz)
 4 [ 2] Grazer AK

 3 [ 6] First Vienna
 3 [ 3] WAC (Wien) [includes WAC Schwarz-Rot]

 2 [ 1] SV Ried
 2      RB Salzburg

 1 [ 7] Wiener Sport-Club
 1 [ 4] Linzer ASK
 1 [ 1] FC Kärnten
 1 [ 1] Wacker (Wien)
 1      Kremser SC
 1      FC Pasching
 1      SV Stockerau
 1      WAF (Wien)

   [ 4] Admira/Wacker
   [ 4] Austria Salzburg
   [ 2] SV Mattersburg
   [ 2] VÖEST Linz [includes FC Linz]
   [ 2] 1. Wiener Neustädter SC
   [ 1] Admira (new)
   [ 1] Austria Lustenau
   [ 1] Brigittenauer AC
   [ 1] DSV Leoben
   [ 1] SKN Sankt Pöklten
   [ 1] Slovan (Wien)
   [ 1] SK Vorwärts Steyr

Remarks: Austria Wien were known as Amateure until the mid-twenties.
Admira and Wacker Wien merged around 1970; later they merged with
VfB Mödling and became known as VfB Admira/Wacker Mödling.  After
a merger with Schwadorf, a new club Admira was founded
Wacker Innsbruck changed names an uncountable number of times, and
also merged with WSG Wattens for a few seasons.  Their current name 
is Wacker Tirol.  FC Kärnten are a merger of Austria Klagenfurt and 
Villacher SV.  SV Austria Salzburg reached and lost four cup finals
(with differing sponsor names attached) before they were taken over 
by Red Bull and completely rebranded; the cup won under that guise 
is therefore listed separately.

All the above names are stripped of any sponsor names.


About this document

Thanks to Hans Schöggl

Source (for time before official competition): [Sch 25]

Prepared and maintained by Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Karel Stokkermans
Last updated: 24 Jul 2014

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